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crona light eco 6323/A

Product description

Makes a lasting impression: crona light eco.

Regardless of which color you choose: the crona light eco is always green. The environmentally conscious design chair impresses with a frame made of renewable and recyclable raw materials and a shell made of ecological recycled plastic. As a result, it saves considerable resources and retains 100 percent of its seating comfort thanks to the strikingly curved seat shell.

•Sustainable new interpretation of the crona light series
•Consistent use of renewable and recyclable raw materials
•Seat shell made of high-quality and 100% processed recycled plastic material in three colours
•With and without armrests
•Four-legged frame made of PEFC-certified beech or oak wood, stained or lacquered with a solvent-free water-based varnish
•Optionally with a sled-base frame, chromed or powder-coated
•Optionally with a seat cushion, upon request made of recycled or natural materials (e.g. new wool)
•Versatile applications in cafeterias, restaurants and public areas as well as in the care and health sector

Material: plastic shell made of recycled polypropylene
Colors: onyx, pebble, agave

Specifications
Width610 mm
Height790 mm
Depth550 mm
Seat finishwithout upholstery
Height of seat450 mm
Base finishwith legs
Backrest finishwith backrest
without back padding
Armrest finishwith armrests
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Manufacturer:
Brunner, Germany

Design:
Archirivolto Design
2020

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General catalogue
Novelties 2016
Being Brunner